Time now for the grand photo opportunity. The paparazzi will be out for this one so be ready to smile. Again. Tradition states that the man's hand is on top of the woman's for this. You may or may not choose to go with tradition on this one. (Many photographers prefer the bride's hand on top, for aesthetic reasons.) All you have to do is cut two little pieces out of one layer of the wedding cake on the side closest to you, feed it to one another, and you're done! That is, of course if you don't end up smashing the cake into your partner's face, or vice versa. Some caters will have cloth napkins damp with warm water between to small plates on the cake table. If you're planning on having a confectionery battle royal, you might request this ahead of time. This can save you loads of time when you're not headed to the bathroom to wash up while everyone is waiting for the disc jockey to cue up your first dance. Also, be advised that certain venues will charge a cleaning fee if the wedding cake starts flying. Find out their policy ahead of time to avoid unexpected charges.